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Europe- a History
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Reformation OLDIDEASOLDIDEAS New Ideas
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PRESENTATION BY CONN MCCORMACK THOMAS CASEY LUKE EVANS MATTHEW BOYLE EOIN O’REILLY MUSIC BY CONN MCCORMACK
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The Beginnings of Modernization: Industrialization and Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century The Beginnings of Modernization: Industrialization and Nationalism.
Units: 1.Renaissance & Reformation 2.Enlightenment & Revolution 3.Modern Europe 4.World Wars.
What are the three major climate regions in Europe? Marine West Coast Mediterranean Humid Continental.
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In One Day European History Classical Europe BC Greece became known as the “Cradle of Democracy” First democratic government Athens wrote the.
History European School I
Europe Chapter 2 Vocabulary Review. a far-reaching change.
Egyptian 3000 BC Greek Golden Age 429 BC Roman 753 BC 476AD Medieval AD The Information Age Renaissance Scientific Revolution Age of Exploration.
QUESTION 1 Describe how the Bubonic Plague can be seen as a positive event leading up to the Renaissance.
History of the World Part I. The Medieval Period From the collapse of the Roman empire to the Renaissance – roughly the seventh century to the middle.
Mr. McKenna Marymount College Summer Originally from Boston, Ma. Served in U.S. Navy aboard U.S.S. Enterprise BA – Music MA in Education.
HIST 1112 World History Post Structure of Class Early Modern Era ( ) European Age of Discovery, Portuguese, Spanish empires; Protestant.
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